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September 12, 2018

Materials Scientist

Filed under: employment opportunity @ 8:07 am

NANO3D SYSTEMS LLC (NANO3D – www.nano3dsystems.com) is a start up company
that develops novel micro- and nanofabrication plating technologies, products and
services for IC, MEMS, power electronics and displays industries. By employing the
brightest minds, NANO3D creates the innovations that shape the future of technology.
Job Summary
Materials Scientist works as a member of a team at NANO3D SYSTEMS LLC to develop
and characterize the micro- and nanofabrication plating processes. Bring passion and
dedication to your job and there’s no telling what you could accomplish.
Key Qualifications:
▪ Minimum 2 years’ experience in materials science, chemistry or chemical engineering
developing and characterizing novel materials.
▪ Strong material and metallurgical knowledge of metals, especially copper, palladium,
nickel, iron and their alloys.
▪ Experience with the use of SEM/EDX, profilometry, XRD, Instron and other advanced
characterization techniques as well as electroless plating and electroplating.
▪ Ability to manage time to maximize productivity.
▪ Good team working and communication skills.
▪ Attention to detail and accuracy of recording information.
▪ Awareness of commercial importance of products and ability to plan and prioritize
work accordingly.
Key Responsibilities:
• Develop and implement the novel micro- and nanofabrication plating
technologies.
• Develop and optimize novel bath chemistries to obtain desired film properties,
and to specify process parameters needed to scale the bath to industrial wafer
plating tools.
• Prepare, characterize and optimize plating solutions; prepare and measure the
film mechanical, microstructural, thermal, and chemical properties; and transfer
of the process from benchtop cells to full wafer equipment.
• Participates in defect reduction teams and implements process improvements
based on demonstrated improved yield results.
• Interfaces with other engineering, quality and manufacturing team members.
• Work to maximize productivity and meet targets and deadlines.
• Focus on Safety and environmental regulations.
• All other duties as required.
Education:
PhD or MS in chemical engineering, chemistry or material science.
Work Location:
ATAMI/ONAMI in Corvallis, Oregon.
Contact information: dubin@nano3dsystems.com

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